Wadoo to train Valley youngsters
Srinagar, Apr 16: The Valley’s International Footballer, Mehrajuddin Wadoo, is going to impart coaching to the youngsters from April 19 in a month long coaching camp at SP College ground, here.
Wadoo, who is currently playing for Salgaocar Sports Club Goa in I-league will be arriving in Valley on April 18 on a month long seasonal vacation. During the period he has agreed to conduct coaching camp for the youngsters in collaboration with Iqbal Sports Club.
In the month long camp, apart from training players of Iqbal Sports club and Young Iqbal Club, he will be imparting training to youngsters from all over the Valley.
Giving details, President Iqbal Sports Club, Bashir Ahmad Malik said, “It is an honour to see footballer of International repute agreeing to be part of the month long coaching camp for us. He is product of our club and when we requested him about this camp he readily accepted”.
“He is coming to Valley on a seasonal vacation and he will be here for around 45 days and will impart coaching to our players and youngsters at SP College at 7 AM,” he said.
He said that the camp is open for any footballer from the state and players who want to be part of it, should directly report to the venue on given time and date.
Meanwhile the Iqbal Sports and Young Iqbal cub will re-start their daily practice sessions from April 18 daily at SP College ground.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 16 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 16 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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